The Freshwater biome consits of rivers, ponds, lakes, streams, creeks, and anything that is made up of fresh water.
Because of the purity of the water, the absence of the harsh salt, and the adaptability of the water, a broad spectrum of
plant and animal life can be found in these areas. Because this biome is all over the world, there is no average anything.
Almost any plant can live in this area. Most common are trees, shrubs, and grasses.
As with plants, you can find a huge variety of animals, especially mammals, in the freshwater biome.
The freshwater biome contains the second most diverse group of plants and animals.
Although it is not the largest, this biome is the most spread out over the world.